The compact size and understated aesthetics make this planter box a natural for small-space growing. Use it singly or in multiples to define a space. Add tall plants and it effectively screens unsightly views. Casters make it easy to roll into the sun or out of the way for a party. Fabric liner allows water to drain. Storage shelf underneath; note that water will drain through the planter onto the shelf. Untreated spruce wood, ready to paint or varnish.
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Poor construction, staples don't hold
from Montclair, NJ
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Comments about Greenbox Elevated Planter Box:
By its shape and design, this planter was ideal for my deck. Unfortunately, the staples do not hold and the wooden slats pop off constantly. The planter is not sturdy and cannot really be moved without it falling apart. Some of the wood parts were split and broken upon arrival.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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I would buy this again
from Coventry, CT
Easy to put together; attractive on my deck. The only thing I would change is to add one more board to the bottom shelf and have them fit a bit more tightly. Every time I try to put a bag of bird seed or dirt onto the lower shelf, the boards slide around and become dislodged. Irritating.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Once assembled it works well
By Heidi Mom
from boston, ma
We had a few problems assembling this as the staples are quite flimsy. Once assembled its been easy to use and is attractive on the deck. I plan to use it only for shallow-rooted plants as the holding capacity is more limited than other similar planters. You may want to place a tray/pan underneath to capture the excess water. I used linseed to oil to finish it and it seems to be working fine.
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